Originally Posted by Saltbox
Here is my vintage omega after having it restored. Yes I scratched the crystal but oh well it is worn a lot. It was my Dads and has a lot of sentimental value.
Plastic crystal? Look for a tube of PolyWatch - I think it sells for around $7 on Amazon. It's designed to take the scratches out of acrylic watches. I have an homage with a plastic crystal and it requires treatment from time to time as I'm a watch-basher.
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